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[texts]McCarthyism - The Fight For America (by Senator Joe McCarthy) - Senator Joseph McCarthy
Senator McCarthy's second, lesser-known book on Communism, media smears, and the like.
Keywords: mccarthy; mccarthyism; communism; americanism
Downloads: 501
[audio]Robert Meeropol

Keywords: BeyondThePale; WBAI; Rosenberg; Meeropol; Anti-Semitism; McCarthyism
Downloads: 32
[movies]American History - McCarthyism - Kadratis Velevere
My school project on the issue of McCarthyism during the early 1950's.
Keywords: Kadratis Velevere; Kad; McCarthyism; American History; History
Downloads: 447
[audio]McCarthy on Trumanism - InfoAge
Radio broadcast of Senator Joseph McCarthy discussing his accusations of former president Harry S Truman and his investigation of the presence of Communist spys at Camp Evans.
Keywords: Joseph McCarthy McCarthyism InfoAge Communism Camp Evans Signal Corps
Downloads: 95
[texts]McCarthy Hearing Transcripts: Executive Sessions of the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on the Investigations of the Committee on Government Operations
This is a collection of five volumes of transcripts of the Executive Sessions of Joseph R. McCarthy's U.S. Senate Permanent Subcommittee on the Investigations of the Committee on Government Operations from 1953-54, along with an index to those transcripts.As the introduction to the documents written by Donald Ricthie notes, McCarthy held 117 executive sessions in 1953, "took testimony from 395 witnesses in executive sessions and staff interrogatories (by comparison to 214 witnesses in the public...
Keywords: Joseph McCarthy; Hearings; McCarthyism; Senate; Red Scare; Anticommunism; Communism; Cold War
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[audio]Senator Joseph McCarthy radio broadcasts - InfoAge
"McCarthy on Trumanism" is a recording of a radio broadcast within which Senator Joseph McCarthy makes accusations regarding former president Harry S Truman. In this program McCarthy also discusses the suspected spies he discovered working at U.S. Army's top-secret radar research laboratories at Camp Evans, Fort Monmouth. Originally broadcast on November 24, 1953. Program running time: 29:20. (NOTE: At 13:45 into the program, McCarthy begins discussion of his investigation of Joseph Levitsky and...
Keywords: Camp Evans; Joseph McCarthy, Communism, Fort Monmouth; InfoAge; McCarthyism; Harry S Truman; Truman
Downloads: 446
[audio]Beyond Masculinity: Warren Blumenfeld, "Back Into the Future: Transphobia is My Issue Too!" - Warren Blumenfeld
Warren Blumenfeld reading his essay, "Back into the Future: Transphobia is My Issue Too!," recorded for the anthology "Beyond Masculinity," which can be found at www.beyondmasculinity.com.
Keywords: transphobia; sexism; coming out; anti-semitism; feminism; gay men; LGBT politics; transgender; psychiatry; gay liberation; McCarthyism; homosexuality; sissyphobia; effemiphobia
Downloads: 1,750
[audio]Lester C. Hunt - Sue Castaneda
One of Wyoming's more popular politicians during the 1930s through 50s, Lester C. Hunt, a Democrat, never lost an election. Twice he served as Wyomingâs secretary of state, six years as the stateâs governor and one term as U.S. Senator.He is credited with the idea for the bucking bronco logo which has been featured on Wyomingâs license plate since the 1930s. He served as governor during World War II, and during his term in the U.S...
Keywords: Lester C. Hunt; Wyoming Governors; Governor Hunt; Senator Lester Hunt; Senator Hunt; McCarthyism; Wyoming History; Rick Ewig; Wyoming State Museum; American Heritage Center; Sue Castaneda; Wyoming State Parks and Cultural Resources
Downloads: 54
[texts]First Report, Un-American Activities in Washington State, 1948 - Albert F. Canwell, et al.
First Report, Un-American Activities in Washington State, 1948: Report of Joint Fact Finding Committee on Un-American Activities: Established by the Thirtieth Legislature under House Concurrent Resolution No. 10. Olympia, WA: The House, n.d. [1948]. by Albert F. Canwell, et al. First of two reports of the Canwell Commission of the Washington State Legislature, a state-level committee to investigate Communist activities and influence in the state modeled after the U.S...
Keywords: Canwell Commission; Canwell Committee; Washington State; Communism; Communist Party; Communist Party USA; CPUSA; Commonwealth Builders; Commonwealth Federation of Washington; Howard Costigan; Hugh DeLacy; Joseph Zack Kornfeder; Harry Bridges; anti-Communism; McCarthyism; red scare
Downloads: 258
[texts]Second Report, Un-American activities in Washington State, 1948 - Albert F. Canwell, et al.
Second Report, Un-American activities in Washington State, 1948: Report of Joint Fact Finding Committee on Un-American Activities: Established by the Thirtieth Legislature under House Concurrent Resolution No. 10. Olympia, WA: The House, n.d. [1948]. by Albert F. Canwell, et al. Second of two reports of the Canwell Commission of the Washington State Legislature, a state-level committee to investigate Communist activities and influence in the state modeled after the U.S...
Keywords: Canwell Commission; Canwell Committee; Washington State; Communism; Communist Party; Communist Party USA; CPUSA; Commonwealth Builders; Commonwealth Federation of Washington; J.B. Matthews; University of Washington; anti-Communism; McCarthyism; red scare
Downloads: 259
[image]New York Congressman Peter King brings back McCarthyism
New York,New York
Keywords: Peter King; U.S.Congressman; Congressman; Washington; D.C; U.S.House of Representatives; McCarthyism; CNN; ABC; NBC; CBS; F0X; MSNBC; Peter; King; New York; RNC; DNC; Republican National Committee; Democrat National Committee; Pete; 3rd district; republican; democrat; homeland; security; immigration; radicalization
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1948 (Volume 1948) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1963 (Volume 1963) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1923 (Volume 1923) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1943 (Volume 1943) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1940 (Volume 1940) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1944 (Volume 1944) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1955 (Volume 1955) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1944 (Volume 1944) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1954 (Volume 1954) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
Downloads: 29
[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1965 (Volume 1965) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
Downloads: 12
[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1935 (Volume 1935) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
Downloads: 26
[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1953 (Volume 1953) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
Downloads: 12
[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1937 (Volume 1937) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1950 (Volume 1950) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[movies]NDAA 1031 & McCarthyism Revival - HyperMediaNews
NDAA 1031 & McCarthyism Revival Over 40 Internet Companies Come Out Publicly Against SOPA (Including Us) techcrunch.com How Many Millionaires Directly Create Our Laws? front.moveon.org "We are in danger of losing our most precious heritage not because a band of thugs threatens our freedom, but because we are at risk of forgetting who we are and what makes the United States a truly great nation," said Rep...
Keywords: ows; NDAA; 1031; mccarthyism; Revival; SOPA; piracy; censorship; military; walmart; monopoly; politics; custody; OWS; constitution; corruption; voters; taxpayers; election; veterans; congress; GOP; obama; tea; party; popular; revolt; tax; evasion; 99%; boycott; move; your; money; recall; scott; walker; wisconsin; witch; hunt; reform; protest; United States Congress; Hyper; Media; News
Downloads: 56
[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1950 (Volume 1950) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1942 (Volume 1942) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1932 (Volume 1932) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1951 (Volume 1951) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1918 (Volume 1918) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1958 (Volume 1958) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1949 (Volume 1949) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1956 (Volume 1956) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1931 (Volume 1931) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1951 (Volume 1951) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1946 (Volume 1946) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Immigration Thesis, 1914 - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1930 (Volume 1930) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1920 (Volume 1920) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1936 (Volume 1936) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1955 (Volume 1955) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1959 (Volume 1959) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1921 (Volume 1921) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1964 (Volume 1964) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1957 (Volume 1957) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1945 (Volume 1945) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1957 (Volume 1957) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1946 (Volume 1946) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1934 (Volume 1934) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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